Meanwhile BP has secured WilmerHale and partner Jamie Gorelick to their legal team. You may remember her? She served under Clinton as deputy attorney general, the second-highest job at DoJ. Before that she used to work as general counsel for the DoD. This should work out nicely for BP, seeing as Gorelick knows all about the inner workings of the US government. Aren't you so glad that our taxpayer monies went to pay her salary during all those years, so she can turn around and help screw us over now on behalf of BP? Yeah me too.
Because of Gorelick's work at the Department of Justice, Green said, she can guide BP on "the ins and outs of the process. You want an inside player for that."Jamie Gorelick was also on the 911 Commission, and we know how well that turned out. She's actually been associated with a wide variety of disastrous episodes in recent American history, from Waco to Ruby Ridge, Fannie Mae to 911. Many people hold her responsible for erecting the "intelligence wall," which subsequently prevented our foreign intelligence and criminal investigative communities from talking to each other, thereby allowing Osama bin Laden aka Tim Osman and his band of cave-dwelling terrorists to crash the planes into the WTC buildings, thereby causing them to fall down while simultaneously defying the laws of physics, etc.
..."We have been retained to help the company respond to the numerous congressional inquiries that are underway," Gorelick said in an e-mail. "We have not been retained to advocate for any position." Gorelick also likely has experience working with lawmakers, both as a lobbyist and in her role at Justice.
...Gorelick worked as a lobbyist for BP in 2007 while with WilmerHale, according to House disclosure reports. At the time, she was helping BP respond to an inquiry from the House Committee on Energy and Commerce.
"The wall" has been a critical red herring in the cover up of 911 for many years. It gives credence to the human error line of reasoning. Because if it weren't for that wall, our intelligence guys would have talked to each other, and they would have stopped the attacks. Right? Well, we'll never know. That wall was key.
That's why they call her the Mistress of Disaster. I'm sure she laughs all the way to the bank over that one. She took the heat for that and what happened? Nothing.
None of her "mistakes" ever seem to harm her career, which tells you...... which tells you that she was always working for the right people, the people who insure that if you do your job the way they tell you to, and make some particular "mistake" that they ask you to make, you will always have a good job? Because they always have more crimes to cover up. And that's what those "mistakes" are for, to be "regretted" later, when it's too late.
So she has a good job, good for her, and she is now going to lead the team helping BP to navigate whatever Eric Holder throws at them. (Eric Holder, you might recall, used to be Chiquita's top legal counsel. Chiquita, which used to be the United Fruit Company, along with other corporations like Coca Cola, ExxonMobil, Occidental Petroleum and Drummond Co., have reportedly made arrangements in the past with death squads in places like Guatemala. See this post. Just saying, don't hold your breath for an Eric Holder v Jamie Gorelick legal showdown to go well for the American people.)
So on the one hand, BP remains firmly in the media cross-hairs, which is somewhat (temporarily) gratifying to the incredibly frustrated people of this country who are watching an ecological crime of unspeakable proportions unfold, while on the other hand BP has secured a tried-and-true inside lawyer who has helped cover up the false-flag crime of the century, 911, with a whitewash investigation, to help them go up against Eric Holder, another inside guy, as he pretends to prosecute probably the worst ecological crime in American history.
What could possibly go right for the American people?